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Berlinale 2021


150 articles available in total starting from 25/08/2020. Last article published on 18/03/2021.

Dragons by Miguel Antunes Ramos wins the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival grant

Dragons by Miguel Antunes Ramos wins the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival grant

BERLINALE 2021: Honouring the memory of Dimitri Eipides, the festival has initiated a development grant at Berlinale Talents. The Newcomers prize is also taking his name  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | EFM/Thessaloniki Documentary 2021

Review: Ancient Soul

Review: Ancient Soul

BERLINALE 2021: Álvaro Gurrea’s feature debut might be an enigmatic, free-spirited and suggestive plunge into Indonesian spirituality, but it ends up being weighed down by its slow pace  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Forum

Dénes Nagy  • Director of Natural Light

Interview: Dénes Nagy • Director of Natural Light

"The essence of this story is happening everywhere, all the time"

BERLINALE 2021: The emerging Hungarian director has just won the Silver Bear for Best Director for his first fiction feature, which takes the viewer back to the World War II  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

At the Berlinale, Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn proves lucky after all

At the Berlinale, Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn proves lucky after all

BERLINALE 2021: Radu Jude has picked up the Golden Bear, with Mr Bachmann and His Class also getting some love  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Awards

Review: Jack’s Ride

Review: Jack’s Ride

BERLINALE 2021: On the verge of retirement, a sixty-something mechanic and ex-limo driver ponders the big stuff, in this sleepy docufiction hybrid by Portuguese filmmaker Susana Nobre  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Forum

Review: Mr Bachmann and His Class

Review: Mr Bachmann and His Class

BERLINALE 2021: This amazingly warm and clever documentary by Maria Speth about a sixth-grade schoolteacher deserves all the plaudits it can get  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Review: Just A Movement

Review: Just A Movement

BERLINALE 2021: Belgium’s Vincent Meessen offers up a circular, hybrid film which hovers between documentary and filmed essay  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Forum

Christian Schwochow  • Director of Je Suis Karl

Interview: Christian Schwochow • Director of Je Suis Karl

Je Suis Karl is a work of fiction, but it is based on research”

BERLINALE 2021: The German director chatted to us to break down his study of infatuation, screening in Berlinale Special  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

What future for the European audiovisual industry? The EFM presents a dedicated discussion about the challenges facing the sector

What future for the European audiovisual industry? The EFM presents a dedicated discussion about the challenges facing the sector

BERLINALE 2021: The panel, entitled “Perspectives for the Future of the Audiovisual Industry in Europe”, explored the disruption caused by the pandemic within the sector as well as upcoming challenges  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | EFM

Review: Theo and the Metamorphosis

Review: Theo and the Metamorphosis

BERLINALE 2021: Damien Odoul embarks upon a sensational, fragmented experience following the thoughts of a boy with Down Syndrome as he reinterprets reality in his very own way  

05/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Panorama

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